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Two Fine French Films

For this week in the blogging events Paris in July 2014 and Dreaming of France, I’m sharing with you two fine French Films. They are not new movies, but probably you had missed them when they first screened a few years ago, or they might not have screened in your area. 1,058 more words


Watson's Before I Go To Sleep is a great read, but curse you Adam Sandler!

Before I Go To Sleep by S.J. Watson
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This book has become one of the most notable psychological thrillers of recent years, joining an elite collection along with Gone Girl which has seen Hollywood producers scrambling for the rights to transform it into a movie. 569 more words

Book Review

Top 5: Movies I Didn't Know Were Based on Books

Every now and then I’ll go see a movie (or find one on Netflix) watch it and be thoroughly impressed. Then I’ll see the words “Based on the novel by So and So.” Then I’ll go read the book and usually be amazed. 446 more words

Top 5

Books into Film: Gone Girl Trailer

The second trailer for Gone Girl recently dropped and well, it seems about right. You can read my review of the book here but let’s just say I don’t know if I will spend the  money to go see this. 81 more words


Teen Reads Tuesday! 6.24.14 Edition

Movie is coming out in August… If you are looking for something to fill the empty space after reading The Fault in Our Stars… Well, here you go!

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Top 15 Book-to-Movie Adaptations

I agree with Buzzfeed when it picked “To Kill a Mockingbird” as the best book-to-movie adaptation of all time. Buzzfeed listed the top 23 adaptations based on their readers’ favorites. 600 more words


Adapt, Improvise, Overcome (or Not): On Turning Books into Movies

“Adapt, Improvise, Overcome.” This phrase is very familiar to members of the United States Marine Corp, and the people who love them. It’s not just a rallying cry for the Marines, but it is also  a… 808 more words

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